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REVIEW

1. Ayhan Demirbas. Progress and recent trends in BIODIESEL fuels. Energy


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2. BIODIESEL Fuel Production by TRANSESTERIFICATION of oils.
Journal of bioscience and bioengineering. vol. 92, no. 5, 405-416. 2001
<Review Fukuda 2001>
3. CHENG SIT FOON*; CHOO YUEN MAY*; MA AH NGAN* and CHUAH
CHENG HOCK. KINETICS STUDY ON
TRANSESTERIFICATION OF PALM OIL. Journal of Oil Palm
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clean biofuel production. Progress in Natural Science xxx (2009) xxx–xxx <
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5. Fangrui Maa, Milford A. Hannab. BIODIESEL production: a review.
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6. Gerhard Knothe. Dependence of BIODIESEL fuel properties on the structure of
fatty acid alkyl esters. Fuel Processing Technology 86 (2005) 1059– 1070
<Knothe 2005 review>
7. Gerhard Knothe. Analyzing BIODIESEL: Standards and Other Methods.
JAOCS, Vol. 83, no. 10 (2006) <kNOTHER 2006........>
8. Haq Nawaz Bhatti, Muhammad Asif Hanif, Mohammad Qasim, Ata-ur-Rehman.
BIODIESEL production from waste tallow. Fuel 87 (2008) 2961–2966. <FUEL-
08>
9. Heri Hermansyah1, A. Wijanarko1, Dianursanti1, M. Gozan1, P.P.D.K. Wulan1,
R. Arbianti1, R.W. Soemantojo1, T.S. Utami1, Yuliusman1, M. Kubo2, N.
Shibasaki-Kitakawa2, and T. Yonemoto2. KINETIC MODEL FOR
TRIGLYCERIDE HYDROLYSIS USING LIPASE: REVIEW. MAKARA,
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10. Ipsita Roy and Munishwar Nath Gupta*. Applications of microwaves in


biological sciences. REVIEW ARTICLES. CURRENT SCIENCE, VOL. 85,
NO. 12, 25 DECEMBER 2003 <roy microwave reiew 2003>>
11. L.C. Meher, D. Vidya Sagar, S.N. Naik. Technical aspects of BIODIESEL
production by TRANSESTERIFICATION—a review. Renewable
and Sustainable Energy Reviews. Volume 10, Issue 3, June 2006, Pages 248-
268
12. Marcos Roberto Monteiroa,∗, Alessandra Regina Pepe Ambrozina, Luciano
Morais Liãob, Antonio Gilberto Ferreira. Critical review on analytical
methods for BIODIESEL characterization. Talanta 77 (2008) 593–605.
<Monteiro M R 2008..>
13. Michael Sheedlo. A review of the processes of BIODIESEL production.
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14. Palligarnai T. Vasudevan Æ Michael Briggs. BIODIESEL production—current
state of the art and challenges. J Ind Microbiol Biotechnol (2008) 35:421–430
<BIODIESEL Prod challenges 2008 review>
15. Palligarnai T. Vasudevan, Michael Briggs. BIODIESEL production—current
state of the art and challenges. J Ind Microbiol Biotechnol (2008) 35:421–430
<BIODIESEL prod challenges 2008 review>
16. Parag R. Gogate. Cavitational reactors for process intensification of chemical
processing applications: A critical review. Chemical Engineering and
Processing 47 (2008) 515–527
17. Sunderasan Srinivasan. The food v. fuel debate: A nuanced view of incentive
structures. Renewable Energy 34 (2009) 950–954 <food vs fuel debate>
18. Ulf Schuchardt, Ricardo Sercheli, and Rogério Matheus Vargas.
TRANSESTERIFICATION of Vegetable Oils: a Review. J. Braz.
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19. Xin Meng a, Jianming Yang a, Xin Xu a, Lei Zhang a, Qingjuan Nie b, Mo Xian.
BIODIESEL production from oleaginous microorganisms. 2008
20. Y. Zhang, M.A. Dube, D.D. McLean,, M. Kates. BIODIESEL production from
waste cooking oil: 2. Economic assessment and sensitivity analysis. Bioresource
Technology 90 (2003) 229–240 Renewable Energy 34 (2009) 1–5 <Meng 2009
biofuel>
21. Y. Zhang , M.A. Dube, D.D. McLean, M. Kates. BIODIESEL production from
waste cooking oil: 1. Process design and technological assessment. Bioresource
Technology 89 (2003) 1–16 <zHANG 2003 WATE OIL>
22. Yusuf Chisti. Research review paper: BIODIESEL from microalgae.
Biotechnology Advances 25 (2007) 294–306. <yusyf BIODIESEL .....>
23. S. Pereda, E.A. Brignole, S.B. Bottini. Review: Advances in phase
equilibrium engineering of supercritical reactors. J. of Supercritical
Fluids 47 (2009) 336–343 <sdarticle (29).
PRODUCTION
24. Alex H. West, Dusko Posarac, Naoko Ellis. Assessment of four BIODIESEL
production processes using HYSYS.Plant. Bioresource Technology 99 (2008)
6587–6601 <West AH....>
25. D. Darnoko1 and Munir Cheryan. Continuous Production of Palm Methyl Esters.
JAOCS, Vol. 77, no. 12 (2000)<continuous production......>
26. L D Clements. Blending rules for formulating BIODIESEL fuels 1996.
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27. M.A. Dube´ *, A.Y. Tremblay, J. Liu. BIODIESEL production using a
membrane reactor. Bioresource Technology 98 (2007) 639–64 <Dube M A 2007>
28. Peigang Cao, Marc A. Dube´ *, Andre´ Y. Tremblay. Methanol recycling in the
production of BIODIESEL in a membrane reactor. Fuel 87 (2008) 825–833.
<Paper 50>
29. S. Chongkhong*, C. Tongurai, P. Chetpattananondh. Continuous esterification for
BIODIESEL production from palm fatty acid distillate using economical process.
Renewable Energy 34 (2009) 1059–1063 <Chongkhon 2009......>

30. Umer Rashid and Farooq Anwar. Production of BIODIESEL through Base-
Catalyzed TRANSESTERIFICATION of Safflower Oil Using an
Optimized Protocol. Energy & Fuels 1306 2008, 22, 1306–1312 <safflowe oil
BIODIESEL....>
31. Umer Rashid, Farooq Anwar, Bryan R.Moser, Samia Ashraf. Production of
sunflower oil methyl esters by optimized alkali-catalyzed methanolysis.
BIOMASS AND BIOENERGY 32 (2008)1202–1205. <sunflower oil
BIODIESEL.......>
32. Umer Rashid, Farooq Anwar. Production of BIODIESEL through optimized
alkaline-catalyzed TRANSESTERIFICATION of rapeseed oil. Fuel
87 (2008) 265–273 <Rapeseed oil BIODIESEL....>
33. V.B. Veljkovic´ *, S.H. Lakic´evic´, O.S. Stamenkovic´, Z.B. Todorovic´, M.L.
Lazic. BIODIESEL production from tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum L.) seed oil
with a high content of free fatty acids. Fuel 85 (2006) 2671–2675 <BIODIESEL
PRODUCTION....>
34. Canan Kaya, Candan Hamamci, Akin Baysal, Osman Akba, Sait Erdogan,
Abdurrahman Saydut . Methyl ester of peanut (Arachis hypogea L.) seed oil as a
potential feedstock for BIODIESEL production. Renewable Energy 34 (2009)
1257–1260 <Peanut 2009>
WASTE PALM OIL
35. Arjun B. Chhetri 1, K. Chris Watts 2 and M. Rafiqul Islam 1,*. Waste Cooking
Oil as an Alternate Feedstock for BIODIESEL Production. Energies 2008, 1, 3-
18<energies-01-00003>
36. D. Kusdiana, S. Saka*. Development of BIODIESEL fuel production by
supercritical methanol. Fuel Volume 80, Issue 5, April 2001, Pages 693-698
<z191>
37. J.M.N. van Kasteren a,∗, A.P. Nisworo. A process model to estimate the cost of
industrial scale BIODIESEL production from waste cooking oil by
supercritical TRANSESTERIFICATION. Resources, Conservation
and Recycling 50 (2007) 442–458. <jmnkasteren......2008>
38. Mohamad I. Al-Widyan a,*, Ali O. Al-Shyoukh. Experimental evaluation of the
TRANSESTERIFICATION of waste palm oil into BIODIESEL.
Bioresource Technology 85 (2002) 253–256 <Widyan 2002 Waste Palm Oil>
39. Pablo Hegel, Guillermo Mabe, Selva Pereda, and Esteban A. Brignole. Phase
Transitions in a BIODIESEL Reactor Using Supercritical Methanol. Ind. Eng.
Chem. Res. 2007, 46, 6360-6365 <hegel 2007 supercritical.....>
40. S. Pereda, S.B. Bottini, E.A. Brignole. Supercritical fluids and phase
behavior in heterogeneous gas–liquid catalytic reactions. Applied
Catalysis A: General 281 (2005) 129–137 <pEREDA S 2005..>
41. Selva Pereda, Susana B. Bottini, and Esteban A. Brignole. Phase
Equilibrium Engineering of Supercritical Hydrogenation Reactors.
November 2002 Vol. 48, No. 11. pp 2635-2645 AIChE Journal <Pereda 2002
super..>

CO-SOLVENT
42. Guoqing Guan, Katsuki Kusakabe *, Nozomi Sakurai, Kimiko Moriyama.
TRANSESTERIFICATION of vegetable oil to BIODIESEL fuel using
acid catalysts in the presence of dimethyl ether.
TRANSESTERIFICATION of vegetable oil to BIODIESEL fuel using
acid catalysts in the presence of dimethyl ether <KUSAKABE ACID
CATALYST DME 2009>
43. Guoqing Guan, Nozomi Sakurai, Katsuki Kusakabe∗. Synthesis of BIODIESEL
from sunflower oil at room temperature in the presence of various co-solvents.
Chemical Engineering Journal 146 (2009) 302–306<CEJ6017>
44. Haixian Shi, Zonghong Bao. Direct preparation of BIODIESEL from rapeseed
oil leached by two-phase solvent extraction. Bioresource Technology 99
(2008) 9025–9028 <DirectpreparationofBIODIESEL.....>

IN SITU
45. Estimating and Improving Cold Filter Plugging Points by Blending
BIODIESELs with Different Fatty Acid Contents. Biotechnology and Bioprocess
Engineering 2008, 13: 505-510 <Park in situ 2008>
46. Guoqing Guan, Katsuki Kusakabe, Kimiko Moriyama, and Nozomi
Sakurai.TRANSESTERIFICATION of Sunflower Oil with Methanol in
a Microtube Reactor. Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 2009, 48, 1357–1363
47. Jude U. Obibuzor*, Roland D. Abigor, and Dere A. Okiy. Recovery of Oil via
Acid-Catalyzed TRANSESTERIFICATION. JAOCS, Vol. 80, no. 1
(2003)
48. Michael J. Haas Æ Karen M. Scott. Moisture Removal Substantially Improves the
Efficiency of in Situ BIODIESEL Production from Soybeans. J Amer Oil Chem
Soc (2007) 84:197–204
49. Michael J. Haas, Karen M. Scott, Thomas A. Foglia, William N. Marmer. The
General Applicability of in Situ TRANSESTERIFICATION for the
Production of Fatty Acid Esters from a Variety of Feedstocks. J Am Oil Chem
Soc (2007) 84:963–970 <insitu Haas 2007>
50. K.G. Georgogiannia, M.G. Kontominasa, P.J. Pomonisa, D. Avlonitisb and V.
Gergisc. Conventional and in situ TRANSESTERIFICATION of
sunflower seed oil for the production of BIODIESEL. Fuel Processing
Technology Volume 89, Issue 5, May 2008, Pages 503-509.

CATALYST
51. Ayhan Demirbas. Production of BIODIESEL fuels from linseedoil using
methanol and ethanol in non-catalytic SCF conditions. B
IOMASSANDBIOENERGY 33 (2009)113–118 <Demibras A 2009>
52. Guoqing Guan, Katsuki Kusakabe *, Nozomi Sakurai, Kimiko
Moriyama.TRANSESTERIFICATION of vegetable oil to BIODIESEL
fuel using acid catalysts in the presence of dimethyl ether. Fuel 88 (2009) 81–
86 <JFEUL3988>
53. Hongbin Ma Æ Shufen Li Æ Boyang Wang. Ruihong Wang Æ Songjiang Tian.
TRANSESTERIFICATION of Rapeseed Oil for Synthesizing
BIODIESEL by K/KOH/c-Al2O3 as Heterogeneous Base Catalyst. J Am Oil
Chem Soc (2008) 85:263–270.
54. Hui Li Æ Wenlei Xie. Fatty Acid Methyl Ester Synthesis over Fe3+-Vanadyl
Phosphate Catalysts. J Am Oil Chem Soc (2008) 85:655–662 <Li Fe3
catalyst 2008>
55. J.M. Marchetti, A.F. Errazu. Esterification of free fatty acids using sulfuric acid as
catalyst in the presence of triglycerides. B IOMASS AND B I O E N E R GY
32 ( 2008 ) 892 – 895. <Marchetti JM 2008>
56. Karel Komers, Frantiˇsek Skopal, Radek Stloukal, Jaroslav Machek.
Kinetics and mechanism of the KOH –catalyzed methanolysis of
rapeseed oil for BIODIESEL production. Eur. J. Lipid Sci. Technol. 104 (2002)
728–737 <EJLST 02p728>
57. M. Di Serio, R. Tesser, M. Dimiccoli, F. Cammarotaa, M. Nastasi, E.
Santacesaria,. Synthesis of BIODIESEL via homogeneous Lewis acid
catalyst . Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical 239 (2005) 111–115
<synthesis of BIODIESEL via.......>
58. Ma. F, Clements LD, Hanna, MA. The effects of Catalst, FFA and water on
Transesterrifcation of Beef Tallow. transaction of ASAE. Vol. 41(5): 1261-1264
<tallow Ma Hanna 2000>
59. N. Seshu Babu, Rekha Sree, P. S. Sai Prasad, and N. Lingaiah*. Room-
Temperature TRANSESTERIFICATION of Edible and Nonedible Oils
Using a Heterogeneous Strong Basic Mg/La Catalyst. Energy & Fuels 2008,
22, 1965–1971 <Pub-NL-2008...>
60. Rekha Sree, N. Seshu Babu, P.S. Sai Prasad, N. Lingaiah.
TRANSESTERIFICATION of edible and non-edible oils over basic
solid Mg/Zr catalysts. FUEL PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY 90 (2009) 152–
157 <Pub-NL-2009.....>
61. Xuejun Liu, Xianglan Piao, Yujun Wang *, Shenlin Zhu, Huayang He. Calcium
methoxide as a solid base catalyst for the
TRANSESTERIFICATION of soybean oil to BIODIESEL with
methanol. Fuel 87 (2008) 1076–1082 <liuxj2>
62. Yan Zheng, Jing Quan, Li-Min Zhu, Bo Jiang, Hua-Li Nie. Optimization of
Selective Lipase-Catalyzed Feruloylated Monoacylglycerols by Response
Surface Methodology. J Am Oil Chem Soc (2008) 85:635–639. <Zheng 2008 opt
catalyst>
63. K.G. Georgogianni, A.P. Katsoulidis, P.J. Pomonis, M.G. Kontominas.
TRANSESTERIFICATION of soybean frying oil to BIODIESEL
using heterogeneous catalysts. Fuel Processing Technology xxx (2009) xxx–
xxx <ergasia>
64. Miriam Cerro-Alarco´n a, Avelino Corma a,*, Sara Iborra a, Juan Pedro Go´mez.
Biomass to fuels: A water-free process for BIODIESEL production with
phosphazene catalysts <08ApplCatalA52_Cerro>
65. M. Di Serio, R. Tesser, M. Dimiccoli, F. Cammarotaa, M. Nastasi, E.
Santacesaria, Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical 239 (2005) 111–
115. Synthesis of BIODIESEL via homogeneous Lewis acid catalyst <085
synthesis.....>

CATALYST; ION EXCHANGE RESIN


66. Achilleas Bouriazos Æ Konstandinos Mouratidis, Nikolas Psaroudakis Æ
Georgios PapadogianakisCatalytic Conversions in Aqueous Media. A Novel
and Highly Efficient Biphasic Hydrogenation of Renewable Methyl Esters of
Linseed and Sunflower Oils to High Quality BIODIESEL Employing Rh/TPPTS
ComplexesCatal Lett (2008) 121:158–164 <2008 Boriazos catalystic
BIODIESEL>
67. Naomi Shibasaki-Kitakawa a, Hiroki Honda a, Homare Kuribayashi a, Takuji
Toda a, Takuya Fukumura b, Toshikuni YonemotoBIODIESEL production using
anionic ion-exchange resin as heterogeneous catalyst. Bioresource Technology
98 (2007) 416–421 <tOSHIKUNI ANIONIC ION EXCHange RESIN 2007>
<bIORESOURCE 2007>
68. Siswati Lestari Æ Irina Simakova Æ Anton Tokarev, Pa¨ivi Ma¨ki-Arvela Æ Kari
Era¨nen Æ Dmitry Yu Murzin Synthesis of BIODIESEL via Deoxygenation of
Stearic Acid over Supported Pd/C Catalyst Catal Lett (2008) 122:247–251
<Catalysis PdC 2008 siswati>

ULTRASONIC
69. Hoang Duc Hanh a,*, Nguyen The Dong b, Kenji Okitsu a, Rokuro Nishimura a,
Yasuaki Maeda. BIODIESEL production through
TRANSESTERIFICATION of triolein with various alcohols in an
ultrasonic field. Renewable Energy 34 (2009) 766–768 <Hoang Duc Hanh
2009......>
70. Hoang Duc Hanh a,*, Nguyen The Dong b, Kenji Okitsu a, Rokuro Nishimura a,
Yasuaki Maeda a BIODIESEL production by esterification of oleic acid with
short-chain alcohols under ultrasonic irradiation condition. Renewable Energy 34
(2009) 780–78 <Ultrasonic 2009 Duc>
71. Yusuf G. Adewuyi* and Babatunde A. Oyenekan. Optimization of a
Sonochemical Process Using a Novel Reactor and Taguchi Statistical
Experimental Design Methodology. Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 2007, 46, 411-420
<ie060844c>
72. A. Bulent Koc. Ultrasonic monitoring of glycerol settling during
TRANSESTERIFICATION of soybean oil. Bioresource Technology
xxx (2008) xxx–xxx <ultrasonic monitoring........>

PHASE DISTRIBUTION
73. Chuang-Wei Chiu, Micjeal J Goff and Galen Suppes. Distribution of Methanol
and Catalyst between BIODIESEL and Glycerine Phases. AiChE, Vol.
51, No. 4, 2005
74. Weiyang Zhou and D.G.B. Boocock. Phase Distributions of Alcohol,
Glycerol, and Catalyst in the TRANSESTERIFICATION of
Soybean Oil. JAOCS 83, 1047–1052 (December 2006). <BOOCOCK 2006
PHASE.....>

MICROWAVE

75. A.A. Refaat and S.T. El Sheltawy. Time Factor in Microwave-enhanced


BIODIESEL Production. WSEAS TRANSACTIONS on ENVIRONMENT and
DEVELOPMENT. Issue 4, Volume 4, April 2008 <microwave>
76. C.P. Tana, Y.B. Che Mana,*, S. Jinapb, and M.S.A. Yusoff. Effects of
Microwave Heating on Changes in Chemical and Thermal Properties of
Vegetable Oils. JAOCS, Vol. 78, no. 12 (2001)
77. C.P. Tana, Y.B. Che Mana,*, S. Jinapb, and M.S.A. Yusoffc. Effects of
Microwave Heating on Changes in Chemical and Thermal Properties of
Vegetable Oils. JAOCS, Vol. 78, no. 12 (2001) <Tan microwave veg oil prop
2001>

78. Hiromi Yoshida* and Sachiko Takagi. Microwave Roasting and Positional
Distribution of Fatty Acids of Phospholipids in Soybeans (Glycine max L.).
JAOCS, Vol. 74, no. 8 (1997) <YOSHIDA MICROWAVE SOYBEAN 1997>
79. Hydrothermal Treatment and Microwave Assisted Pyrolysis of Biomass of
Biomass For Bio-fuel Production fuel Production – Progress Report
<hydrothermal treatment>
80. Refaat A. A.; S. T. El Sheltawy; K. U. Sadek. Optimum reaction time,
performance and exhaust emissions produced by microwave irradiation Int. J.
Environ. Sci. Tech., 5 (3), 315-322, Summer 2008 <Reefat microwave 2008>
81. Saifuddin, N. and K.H. Chua. Production of Ethyl Ester (BIODIESEL) from used
Frying Oil: Optimization of TRANSESTERIFICATION Process using
Microwave Irradiation. Malaysian Journal of Chemistry, 2004, Vol. 6, No. 1,
077 – 082 <microwave MJC saiffudinN 2004>
82. V. Lertsathapornsuka, R. Pairintrab, K. Aryusukb, K. Krisnangkurab,⁎.
Microwave assisted in continuous BIODIESEL production from waste frying
palm oil and its performance in a 100 kW diesel generator. fuel processing
technology 89 (2008) 1330-1336. <microwave Veerachi 2008>

83. Nezihe Azcan *, Aysegul Danisman. Microwave assisted


TRANSESTERIFICATION of rapeseed oil. Fuel 87 (2008) 1781–1788
<rapeseed fuel>

KINETICS
84. Ryan Doell Æ Samir K. Konar Æ David G. B. Boocock. Kinetic Parameters of
a Homogeneous Transmethylation of Soybean Oil J Am Oil Chem Soc (2008)
85:271–276 <rYAN 2007 KINETIC PARAMETER TRANS>

85. Sulaiman Al-Zuhair a,*, Fan Wei Ling b, Lim Song Jun. Proposed kinetic
mechanism of the production of BIODIESEL from palm oil using lipase. Process
Biochemistry 42 (2007) 951–960 <alzubair kinetic palm oil lipase 2007>

FACTORS AFFECTING VEGETABLE OILS


86. Choo Yuen May. TRANSESTERIFICATION of Palm Oil: Effect of
Reaction Parameters. Journal of Oil Palm Research Vol. 16 No. 2, December
2004, p. 1-11
87. Dadan Kusdiana, Shiro Saka. Effects of water on BIODIESEL fuel production
by supercritical methanol treatment. Bioresource Technology 91 (2004) 289–
295 <Dadan 2004........>
88. M. Canakci · H. Sanli. BIODIESEL production from various feedstocks and their
effects on the fuel properties. J Ind Microbiol Biotechnol (2008) 35:431–441
<Canakci Sanli 2008>
89. Robert O. Dunn. Effect of antioxidants on the oxidative stability of methyl soyate
(BIODIESEL). Fuel Processing Technology 86 (2005) 1071– 1085 <Dunn 2005
methyl soyate>
90. Sonam Mahajan Æ Samir K. Konar Æ David G. B. Boocock. Variables Affecting
the Production of Standard BIODIESEL. J Amer Oil Chem Soc (2007) 84:189–
195
91. Wenqiao Yuana, Alan C. Hansena,*, Qin Zhanga, and Zhongchao Tan.
Temperature-Dependent Kinematic Viscosity of Selected BIODIESEL Fuels and
Blends with Diesel Fuel. JAOCS 82, 195–199 (March 2005).<Yan 2005 temp
kinematic>

OPTIMIZATION (RSM)
92. Gemma Vicente b,*, Mercedes Martı´nez a, Jose´ Aracil a. Optimisation of
integrated BIODIESEL production. Part II: A study of the material balance
<BITE 3343>
93. Gemma Vicente b,*, Mercedes Martı´nez a, Jose´ Aracil. Optimisation of
integrated BIODIESEL production. Part I. A study of the BIODIESEL purity
and yield. Bioresource Technology 98 (2007) 1724–1733 <[Vicente G 2007
Biosourse....]>
94. Leonardo Vasconcelos Fregolente, César Benedito Batistell. Response Surface
Methodology Applied to Optimization of Distilled Monoglycerides Production.
JAOCS, Vol. 82, no. 9 (2005) <Response surface methodolgy .....JAOCS 2007>
95. Leonardo Vasconcelos Fregolente, César Benedito Batistella, Rubens Maciel
Filho, and Maria Regina Wolf Maciel. Response Surface Methodology Applied to
Optimization of Distilled Monoglycerides Production. JAOCS 82, 673–678
(September 2005). <response surface methodology....>
96. Peng Wu Æ Ying Yang Æ Jose´ A. Colucci, Eric A. Grulke. Effect of
Ultrasonication on Droplet Size in BIODIESEL Mixtures. J Am Oil Chem Soc
(2007) 84:877–884 <[Wu P 2007 JAOCS ....]>
97. Xingzhong Yuan, Jia Liu, Guangming Zeng, Jingang Shi, Jingyi Tong, Guohe
Huang. Optimization of conversion of waste rapeseed oil with high FFA to
BIODIESEL using response surface methodology Renewable Energy 33 (2008)
1678–1684

OPIMIZATION
98. Guoqing Guan, Katsuki Kusakabe,* Kimiko Moriyama, and Nozomi Sakurai.
TRANSESTERIFICATION of Sunflower Oil with Methanol in a
Microtube Reactor. Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 2009, 48, 1357–1363
<IECR2009481357>
99. Lay L. Myint Æ Mahmoud M. El-Halwagi. Process analysis and optimization of
BIODIESEL production from soybean oil. Clean Techn Environ Policy. DOI
10.1007/s10098-008-0156-5 <myint 2008 OPTIMIZATION>
100. T. Eevera*, K. Rajendran, S. Saradha. BIODIESEL production process
optimization and characterization to assess the suitability of the product for varied
environmental conditions. Renewable Energy 34 (2009) 762–765 <Eevera T_
2009...>

MONITORING REACTION
101. David B. Snydera;, Elena G. Washingtonb, Armando P. Indrajuanaa, and
Gregory M. Shavera. Steady-State BIODIESEL Blend Estimation via a
Wideband Oxygen Sensor. 2008 American Control Conference . Westin Seattle
Hotel, Seattle, Washington, USA June 11-13, 2008 WeB09.4 <Steady State
BIODIESEL Blend Estimation via Widebad Oxygen Sensor>
102. G. Di Nicolaa, M. Pacetti a, F. Polonaraa, G. Santori a,∗, R. Stryjekb.
Development and optimization of a method for analyzing BIODIESEL mixtures
with non-aqueous reversed phase liquid chromatography. G. Di Nicola et al. /
J. Chromatogr. A 1190 (2008) 120–126 <JCA>
103. Gerhard Knothe. Analyzing BIODIESEL: Standards and Other Methods.
JAOCS, Vol. 83, no. 10 (2006) <kNOTHER 2006 BIODIESEL analysis>
104. Gerhard Knothe. Monitoring a Progressing
TRANSESTERIFICATION Reaction by Fiber-Optic Near Infrared
Spectroscopy with Correlation to 1H Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy.
JAOCS, Vol. 77, no. 5 (2000) <Knothe 2000 NIinrared HMR spec>
105. Gerhard Knothe. Monitoring a Progressing
TRANSESTERIFICATION Reaction by Fiber-Optic Near Infrared
Spectroscopy with Correlation to 1H Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy.
JAOCS, Vol. 77, no. 5 (2000) <kNOTHE hnmr 2000>
106. Gerhard Knothe. Rapid Monitoring of
TRANSESTERIFICATION and Assessing BIODIESEL Fuel Quality
by Near-Infrared Spectroscopy Using a Fiber-Optic Probe1JAOCS, Vol. 76, no. 7
(1999) <Knothe 1999 infrared>
107. Huali Wang Æ Haiying Tang Æ John Wilson, Steven O. Salley Æ K. Y.
Simon Ng. Total Acid Number Determination of BIODIESEL and BIODIESEL
Blends. J Am Oil Chem Soc (2008) 85:1083–1086 <Wang et al acid no det>
108. Júlio C. V. Dutra & Selma da C. Terzi & Juliana Vaz Bevilaqua & Mônica
C. T. Damaso & Sônia Couri & Marta A. P. Langone & Lilian F. SennaLipase
Production in Solid-State Fermentation Monitoring Biomass Growth of
Aspergillus niger Using Digital Image Processing. Appl Biochem Biotechnol.
DOI 10.1007/s12010-007-8068-0 <Artigos Soni.....>
109. Kapila Wadumesthrige Æ Jeremiah C. Smith Æ John R. Wilson Æ Steven
O. Salley Æ K. Y. Simon Ng. Investigation of the Parameters Affecting the
Cetane Number of BIODIESEL J Am Oil Chem Soc (2008) 85:1073–1081
<BIODIESEL factor cetanne 2008 kalipa>
110. Naoko Ellis ∗, Feng Guan, Tim Chen, Conrad Poon. Monitoring
BIODIESEL production (TRANSESTERIFICATION) using in situ
viscometer Chemical Engineering Journal 138 (2008) 200–206 <cej eLLIS ET
AL 2008 IN SITU>
111. Perspectives on Quantitative Mid-FTIR Spectroscopy in Relation to
Edible Oil and Lubricant Analysis: Evolution and Integration of Analytical
Methodologies. Frederik R. van de Voort & Andrew Ghetler iego L. García-
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MODELLING, KINETICS
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BATCH / CSTR

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RATE OF REACTION
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